Stock-taking meeting for India-EFTA Trade & Economic Partnership Agreement

Published 10-06-2016
A meeting between the Chief Negotiators of India and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) was held today in New Delhi to take stock of the status of the ongoing negotiations for a Trade & Economic Partnership Agreement (TEPA).

The India-EFTA TEPA negotiations started in October 2008. So far, 13 rounds of negotiations have been held at the level of Chief Negotiators. The last round of negotiations was held in November 2013.

The stock-taking meeting was held today in an amicable and constructive environment with both sides expressing their willingness to jointly address the major outstanding issues and agreeing to an early resumption of negotiations and concluding a balanced agreement in a time-bound manner. 

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